A screensaver is a computer program initially designed to prevent phosphor burn-in on CRT and plasma computer monitors by blanking the screen or filling it with moving images or patterns when the computer is not in use.
Today’s screensavers are used primarily for entertainment, security or to display system status information.
Screensavers problems with Windows 10
A lot of folks run into troubles with their favorite screensaver after updating to Windows 10 and we’ve done our homework and covered some of the issues that might prevent your screen saver from working and how to fix it.
Are screensavers still needed?
To be really honest, screensavers are way less used then they were in the past as most of the users prefer an hi-resolution background image rather than an animation.
Generally speaking, unless you’re still using an old monitor from the 90s, screensavers on a Windows PC are no longer needed.
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